HALIFAX-April 2, 2021– On March 23 representatives of the WLCC met with Cesar Saleh of WM Fares Group and Ray Landry, a civil engineer with SDMM. Mr. Saleh explained to the WLCC that the Fares Group is advising RC Jane Properties, the owner and developer of 48-50 Sambro Road.
After a long Winter, Spring is finally here, and it’s time to reveal a discovery made by accident last Fall on Williams Lake. It all started during routine water testing in late October…
In August 2020 Ducks Unlimited Canada published their report on the wetlands on the Church of Christ Development Ltd. adjacent to the Shaw Wilderness Park on the shores of Williams Lake.
The small lot at 48-50 Old Sambro Road is an important wildlife corridor. The vacant lot is a gateway for animals to move safely from Long Lake to Governors Brook to McIntosh Run and through to the Purcell’s Cove backlands. A 3-story, 13 unit apartment building would block this corridor. [Wildlife cross busy intersection to get to 48-50 Old Sambro Road. Photo: Ronnie Boutilier]
Proposed development in the Williams Lake watershed: “There is a definite sign of change in Spryfield. The enormous, blue HRM sign, on the small vacant lot at 48 – 50 Old Sambro Road, is evidence of change that may happen in your Spryfield neighbourhood. Read the sign. Provide your input. Make change happen your way.”